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okay? yeah, i'm fine. ♪ [ ukulele ] >>mark: and we are following the latest the james holmes. is expected to be charged on monday pin his mug shot was taken just hours after his arrest. we are learning new information about what was inside his apartment. they spent the entire weekend this arm in what was found inside koreans in we sell video from inside the home where there were about 30 explosive devices and grenades attached to a trip wires. there were also 10 gal. of gasoline that would enhance the explosion. all of this is just inside the living room. it was all taken to virginia you for fbi analysis pin he lived in castor of bill and monterey is rare he grew up pin he attended the in nearby middle school. residents of the tiny farming community say that they are stunned. at the martinez was a classmate of holmes pin >> and he was at the top of the class. it is a top student. he was a quiet and nice kid. he played with everyone on the playground. he was not an outcast and anything pin. computers were not as readily available as they are now and he had the skills to build
holmes to appear back in court for the colorado shooting >> we're looking on how apple and samsung will be serving -- solving a dispute in court. >> the wall street is up about 13,000. degrees. it could be the warmest day of the week. temperatures ranging from the upper 60s to the mid 90's. who have more on the weather and i next report. >>george: we're looking for a car ride on interstate 680. the traffic is still heaviest in the east bay on highway 4 and interstate 580. there is no problem for the peninsula or are ride in the north bay. >>darya: prosecutors are going to be in the colorado court room charging james holmes for killing 12 people and running 58 when he opened fire in the theater in aurora colorado. and he appeared the first time with a red hair apparent. they want to know who leaked information about that package that was sent to a psychiatrist at the university of colorado in denver. fit -- contain information about the shooting. >> any communication between the defendant and the psychiatrist is absolute protected. we do not know the nature of the communications.
of injured ranges from 38 to 50 people. >>darya: 24 year old james holmes is being held for the shooting. >>justine: we have the video of the fbi agents as they searched the suspects hall. they are breaking through the windows of the suspect's apartment building is about 10 minutes away from the movie theater. they did at what point say their arrears some items of interest found inside his apartment. they have not elaborated upon that in that is what we are watching right now. the apartment complex was evacuated in the middle of the night right after this happened. he told them that he had explosives -- explosives at his home. we will give you more -- more information as it comes into the kron 4 news ran. was briefed on the shooting and this is what he said. we are waiting for an appearance that was scheduled for a 20 this morning. a 20 p.m. -- a 20 a.m. this morning. 8:20 am >>mark: mit romney is also expected to make a statement. we will be right back. >>darya: this is a witness on the scene. >> he mentioned something to me when we are doing our live shot a second ago that a person th
a memorial in are more yesterday. holmes was accused of lilly killing 12 people when he opened fire in the movie theater less than a. jackson called the shooting and active domestic terrorism. he wants assault rifles we moved from the hands of criminals pit he also draws attention that homes but 6000 rounds of ammunition. >> there is a voice yesterday to honor the first responders of the shooting and zero more. >>mark: the families of five people that died in the pg&e gas line explosive has settled the lawsuit. the judge said he is of domestic that similar negotiated before in the october trial date. >>darya: in an interview, romney midgets of problems getting ready. >> is disconcerting about the stories of the private security firms not having enough people. >> the prime minister stated the following. camera appeared to draw a contrast from london and solid city. >> we know that this city that opens in -- the house the and the big games in the most bustling city in the world but is much easier if you hold it in the middle of nowhere. >>darya: a major drug bust in california. he
shooting will be in court today. james holmes opened fired during the midnight showing of the dark night terrorizes. the president paid a visit to the community. i confessed to them >> president obama-my main purpose was to serve as a representative for the entire country to know that within a we are thinking about them. >>darya: authorities believe that holmes was planning a rampage for months. his court appearance is sent for a a 30 our time. you will be looking for that in the next hour and a half. amex this >> this is a program has the president's visit to people in the hospital >> the president says that could store is like that is what he hopes the community remembers most after the attention. >> officials are not saying much about this. it is the worst shooting in history. they could have been worse if the gun had not changed. he had three guns when he was arrested including a 70 that automatic assault rifle. one of the magazine's jammed and he had to use a pistol at that time. that was an indication that he could've gotten away appeared at the officers spotted him and stopped
with with more in just a couple of minutes. >>mark: holmes is facing 24 counts of first-degree murder for each person that was killed. is also facing 116 counts of attempted murder as well as other charges related to weapons and explosives. >> maybe he can't prove that he wasn't aiming the rifle at a particular person. but when he opened fired in a crowded theater that is disregard for human life. >>mark: they're looking into the context of the packages that he sent to a psychiatrist. mom's is in isolation and he was held in jail without bail. there's some question about why there are double charges for each victim. >> that is unusual. in colorado when you have that in some extreme indifference murder counts this allows them to sentence him consecutive league to 12 life imprisonment. so many people say this guy's insane there was a mother that was in court today said that he acted sain the respondent he wore clothes to protect himself. maybe is not insane. under the law he to assess the understand what he did. but i guess it makes the question about what kind of human being would do this. yo
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